In the heat of the moment, the men of Red Sky decide to lynch two brothers. That turns out to be a big mistake. Originally aired 27 October 1960 (Season 1, Episode 4). Don't bother downloading the h.264 file or the Ogg Video file; the Cinepack file from which they are derived is smaller. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Outlaws, western, classic tv, Gerald Mohr, Skip Homeier, Jackie Coogan, Leo Gordon
An episode of mid-1950s dramatic anthology series "Stage 7". This episode stars Maria Riva and was originally broadcast 19 June 1955. In this episode she plays a woman trying to escape from some criminals. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1955, Stage 7, Anthology, Anthology series, Maria Riva, Crime drama
Mike Lanyard is called in by a close friend of his, a psychiatrist, who has a patient with a serious problem: He claims he murdered a women! Did he kill her? Or is he crazy?? Louis Hayward as Mike Lanyard and guest-stars De Forrest Kelley and Michael Pate. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: The Lone Wolf, Louis Hayward, Michael Lanyard, De Forrest Kelley, Michael Pate, murder, psychiatrist
An unusual episode of "Four Star Playhouse". David Niven stars as a man who has a meeting on a train with a person who disappeared months earlier. Originally aired 15 January 1953. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, David Niven, Four Star Playhouse, Drama, Mystery, Early television
It was a copper key...a simple, copper key. Who knew what it was for? What would this key lead Michael Lanyard to?? Stars Louis Hayward as Michael Lanyard, The Lone Wolf. (I'll try to upload more over the next couple of weeks, Please let me know what you think!) :D ( 3 reviews ) Topics: The Lone Wolf, Michael Lanyard, Louis Hayward, Detective, Private Eye
Lamont Cranston, a psychiatrist on retainer to the police department, is asked to assist in the Case of the Cotton Kimono murder investigation. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: THE SHADOW, LAMONT CRANSTON, TV SHOW
THEATER FIVE Theater Five was ABC's attempt to revive radio drama during the early 1960s. The series name was derived from its time slot, 5:00 PM. Running Monday through Friday, it was an anthology of short stories, each about 20 minutes long. News programs and commercials filled out the full 30 minutes. There was a good bit of science fiction and some of the plots seem to have been taken from the daily newspaper. Fred Foy, of The Lone Ranger fame, was an ABC staff announcer in the early 60s,... ( 22 reviews ) Topics: OTRR, Old Time Radio Researchers Group, Old Time Radio, OTRR Single Episodes, Theater Five, Theater...